Love, Pain And Loss - It Ends With A Dream By Medha Nagur

It has been a trend to give acronyms to couples. Be it celebrity couples or characters, we always find a cute relatable acronym for their tale of love. It ends with a dream by Medha Nagur presents a new couple for the readers - Yashidnya.


Arduous childhood:

The plot gains the life with Yadnya and Yashika'd childhood, though it begins with the friction between the couple. While the author has elicited the curiosity of the readers with the first chapter, the interest if generated once we proceed further.

The disapproval of Yashika toward Yadnya undoubtedly creates the question of why and how, mystery of Yadnya's childhood is what holds the attention.

Characters that grow together:

It ends with a dream is a book that is led by the characters. Their idiosyncrasies, emotions, and past guides the plot development. The protagonists are depicted in a visually palpable fashion and the characters in the subplot are passively leading the plot.

Yadnya's professional backgrounds are prevalent in substantiating his character craft. However, the foray into Yashika's profession happens towards the climax. Somehow the plot is primarily led by Yadnya.

No puppy romance:

The highlight of the book is that the author has not unduly squeezed in lovemaking sequences and filmy surprises. The relation between Yadnya and Yashika is realistic and hence gains my brownie points. 

The author proves that we don't need sleazy sequences to illustrate the depth of a relationship. 

Impeccable narration:

The style of narration of the author is commendable. It feels good to see an Indian author writing and simultaneously respecting English literature. Unlike the recent trend of belittling the quality of readers with low-grade English, the author has proven that lucid narration does not need poor English.

The book reminded me Nicholas Sparks, the reason for which I am not revealing to avoid spoilers.


Overall the book comes out to me as a breeze amidst the so called divine puppy romances.

Comments

  1. I read, enjoyed and loved the story of this book... I will not say that it is very different from rest love stories.... but yes, its a partial love story with major space occupied by family drama and a beautiful yet painful ending. Your review is brilliant

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  2. I definitely feel that Indian authors should stop using unnecessary sleazy sequences in their books . A well written honest review 👏 👌 adding this to my tbr

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  3. I definitely feel that Indian authors should stop using unnecessary sleazy sequences in their books . A well written honest review 👏 👌 adding this to my tbr

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  4. I definitely feel that Indian authors should stop using unnecessary sleazy sequences in their books . A well written honest review 👏 👌 adding this to my tbr

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  5. This is amazing review and an honest opinion.

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  6. It's nice to come across books that don't follow the popular trend and still have a big impact on the reader. Thank you for sharing this and your honest review. - Reens

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  7. Realism is what I like most. When lovestories start basing bollywood romances as their bar it gets a bit unlikeable. But realism really gets me hooked

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  8. Honestly Reviewed dear ❤️ I love your blogs always 👍🏻❤️

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  9. Love your review. It's refreshing to see more realistic love stories. Now-a-days I feel love Stories are written more with an angle to convert them into movies.

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  10. I always love your review..these are honest and well described...I am not a fan of love stories. Real stories may attract me but not dramatized one.

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  11. Thank you for an honest review. Though I am not a fan of love stories and prefer sell help books. Your reviews are always amazing and I love reading them.

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  12. Nicely reviewed. It seems an interested and beautiful love story. Wil try one day.

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  13. What I loved about this book is no puppy romance angle.. love is not about hanging out together and having a gala time.. it is much more than this

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  14. The title and the cover is beautiful. This story has a very different outlook & approach to it & the writing style is quite good & the author has expressed the emotions very vividly.

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  15. Seeing this book so much recently. I have to give this a look.

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